The B&MK Waterway Trust was established in 1995 to promote the development of a broad waterway which will link the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes to the river Great Ouse in Bedford through a series of waterway parks. It will include pathways and green space designed to meet the needs of walkers, cyclists, fishermen, and those who simply like to stand and stare.
The Bedford Swan Hotel is making the most of the town’s popular tourist attraction – the John Bunyan Boat. Bedford Swan Hotel General Manager Dominic Mills said: “We have been delighted to see the John Bunyan boat volunteers helping to … Continue reading
The Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterway Trust who own and operate the John Bunyan Community Boat at Bedford have announced two Open Days for the public to go on board the boat and speak to crew members and other volunteers. … Continue reading
B&MK Trustees, Patrick Hall, David Fowler, Graham Mabbutt with two representatives of Nisa Local with host, actor Nitin Ganatra (Masood in Eastenders) at the Pride in Bedfordshire Awards The John Bunyan Boat has been recognised at the Pride in Bedfordshire … Continue reading
Local Authorities Counting Down to be ‘FIRST DIGGERS’ of B&MK Vintage Year for Milton Keynes Council, with ‘Healthy Progress’ being made. Milton Keynes Cllr John Bint “All the pieces are coming together.” Uncertainty over Covanta project but Parliamentry Select Committee … Continue reading